June 2001


Minimize NOx emissions cost-effectively

Use this tutorial to evaluate available control technologies and install exactly what you need for current and future NOx reductions

Itse, D. C., Chirstofferson Engineering; McAdams, J. D., Reed, S. D., John Zink Co. LLC

J. D. McAdams, and S. D. Reed, John Zink Co., Tulsa, Oklahoma; and D. C. Itse, Christofferson Engineering, Fremont, New Hampshire       Comments? Write: editorial@HydrocarbonProcessing.com As local environmental agencies demand more stringent control of NOx emissions, companies are challenged to cost-effectively bring combustion equipment into compliance. Because every facility has a unique mix of equipment and regulatory requirements, the most cost-effective NOx control technology, or optional combinations of technologies, will be different for each situation. In addition to NOx emissions requirements

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